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Old 06-14-2017, 11:53 AM   #1
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electric outlets all went out

Have a Damon Tuscany 40' and this morning in camp all electric outlets went out. Also lost TV, DVD. Any idea of how to fix this problem?
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Welcome to irv2. If you've checked the campground breaker and your inside main breaker and the breaker on your inverter , it may be the transfer switch.
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Can you get 110 power by using the generator or the inverter? Your inverter may have a transfer switch along with the one on the generator. The switch might be "locked" to only allow power from the inverter/generator.
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Have you lost all AC power? Is this accurate? Is your DC power system intact?
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The OP pm'd me. It was a tripped breaker on the inverter.
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